AUSTRALIAN ORGANIC PRODUCER MAGAZINE : Autumn issue of Australian Organic Producer out now
Vitamin giant Swisse is turning its attention to organic products and in this issue the company explains which Australian organic foods it wants more of. We hear from other companies that are also crying out for more organic goods from Australian farmers.
There’s increasing expectation from organic meat producers to have access to certified organic abattoirs. The Australian Organic Producer Autumn issue looks at mobile organic abattoirs and what’s standing in their way.
Vet Dr Nadia Wong looks at the different types of foot problems in sheep and how they can be treated naturally and we investigate the many ways tea tree oil is being used to help fruit and vegetables and livestock. We bring you tips from producers about how to deal with slugs and a terrific case study that looks at the financial benefits of using worms to increase soil fertility.
Tim Marshall helps you decide how to decide on a market for your goods and a Victorian farmer explains why you should treat your wholesaler with more respect. We hear from two dairy farming families who are converting to organics and legal writer Peter Long explains why you don’t need a pen and paper to make a binding contract.
This and more in the Autumn issue of Australian Organic Producer available in April. Only available via subscription. Subscribe now and get three free back issues.
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